It is a little hard to get Google Maps to find Sea Eagle Cottage by the actual street address, but if you type in Sea Eagle Cottage Binalong Bay it will find us as we have a marker showing where we are – or easier still just click on our embedded map and it will take you to Google Maps with the correct location already marked. Using our actual address in any Navigation Equipment is a sure way to get lost, it simply does not show up properly, which we apologise for, but is beyond our control.
To drive to Sea Eagle Cottage, please follow the instructions below:
As you arrive in Binalong Bay look out for the famous Bikini Girl statue welcoming you to Binalong Bay – she is on your left. Take the next turn right, into King Street. Then the first turn left into Wedge Court. At the top of the hill keep to the left fork in the road (in between the modern house and the ocean). You will see a black newly built house with orange timber at the door. Drive past that, and you come to aprivate road, with large granite rocks on both sides, and a sign saying Sea Eagle Cottage – private. Keep driving – 30 meters or so, keeping to the right, straight ahead is SEA EAGLE COTTAGE. Pull into the enclosed car port – and you’ve arrived. The key box is on the right hand side of the door. We live close by, and a phone call will have us pop down to help you promptly, should you require any help.
Once there, you can walk to the Binalong Bay Beach or Lichen Restaurant and Café, using the road which winds down the hill directly in front of Sea Eagle (past the deck). You can not drive that way, but it is a walking track – keep to the left along the path – and it will bring you out beside Kingfisher Cottage, and next to the Restaurant. We recommend Meresta Eatery, with an interesting menu – which is evolving all the time. Phone Meresta on 63768086 for bookings so you are not disappointed.
Please don’t hesitate to phone me if you are having a problem finding us.
And when you arrive and step out onto the deck at Sea Eagle Cottage the views over the steep track down to the beach look like this!
But if you don’t quite make it here in person – you can view a Webcam (when it is working) courtesy of the Break O Day Council website